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, but the beautiful rallying support around the world for this was on display. >> harris: pat summerall, before i let you go, the voice of the nfl, passed away. they had a thousand people show up at a memorial service for him. john madden with some words. >> if there was a ever a book written about good guys, he'd be the star of that book. pat, rest in peace. i love you. >> harris: very powerful. >> madden and summerall were partners for 21 years, both at cbs and on fox. people say, what are you going to remember about pat summerall? he was the voice of football. no matter where you heard that voice, it put you in a happy place, whether it was your uncle's dinner, your aunt's basement, thanksgiving thursday, that was pat summerall. he'll long be remembered. really the voice of nfl football. >> harris: pete, thank you. we'll be right back. woman: everyone in the nicu -- all the nurses wanted to watch him when he was there 118 days. everything that you thought was important to you changes in light of having a child that needs you every moment. i wouldn't trade him for the world. who matters most to you
, a patriots player was ready to help. first, legendary n.f.l. sportscaster pat summerall has died. he called games for more than 40 years. he became as much as sundays as football itself. >> the hoopla is just about over. we're going to play pretty soon. >> shep: he was part of 16 superbowls, his last in 2002. he was also his final game with long time partner john madden. they worked together for 21 years. summerall did a handful of games after that. before he called the games, pat summerall played ten season in the n.f.l. he died today of sudden cardiac arrest. in a statement fox sports writes his 50 year record as a broadcaster is truly unique and very difficult for anyone to ever walk in his footsteps. patted summerall, dead today at 82. mine was earned in djibouti, africa, 2004. the battle of bataan, 1942. [ all ] fort benning, georgia, in 1999. [ male announcer ] usaa auto insurance is often handed down from generation to generation because it offers a superior level of protection and because usaa's commitment to serve the military, veterans, and their families is without equal. begin y
around the world for this. >> quickly before i let you go pat summerall the voice of the nfl passed away. they had a thousand people show up at a memorial service this weekend. john madden. if there was ever a book written about good guys, it wouhe woulde star of that book. rest in peace. i love you. >> madden and summerall were partners for 20-years on cbs and fox. people say what are you going to remember about pat summerall? he was the voice of football. no matter where you heard that voice it put new a happy place whether it was grandmother's basement that was pat summerall he will be remembered as the voice of nfl football. >> thank you. we will be right back. nk you. we'll be right back. ♪ hey everybody, hi mom... streaming live with a tour of my new place... knowing you can still reach out. ... and now you've seen it. that's powerful. verizon. get mom a lucid 2 by lg for free. >> harris: looking ahead to th >> fast forward looking at some of the stories this week. massachusetts will have a moment of center lines at 2:50 p.m. eastern the exact moments the bombs went off at the fi
. >> pelley: manuel, thank you. we wanted to note the passing of our friend pat summerall, the sportscaster with the majestic voice. he spent much of his career at cbs sports after playing ten years in the n.f.l., mostly as a kicker. summerall was best known for calling n.f.l. games with john madden for 21 seasons. he fought hard to overcome alcoholism and underwent a liver transplant in 2004. pat summerall died of cardiac arrest. he was 82. if there is any doubt that america is a beacon to the world, wait until you hear this survivor's story, next. by acid reflux disease. rtburn sd there is risk of bone fracture, and low magnesium levels. 8 a month at to fly home for the big family reunion. you must be garth's father? hello. mother. mother! traveling is easy with the venture card because you can fly any airline anytime. two words. double miles! this guy can act. wanna play dodge rock? oh, you guys! and with double miles you can actually use, you never miss the fun. beard growing contest and go! ♪ i win! what's in your wallet? anxtra trithis yeae cane fit boston. then sanra
learned late today pat summerall has died. he was a veteran kicker in the nfl, but most of us came to know him as the voice of the nfl. first with his partner, tom brookshire and later with the great john madden. summerall called 16 super bowls. he was in the booth for four decades. after a life spent on the road, he went public about his own alcoholism years ago. he underwent successful rehab at the betty ford clinic. later underwent a liver transplant. pat summerall helped set the modern-day standard for play-by-play as an art form. he died in dallas at the age of 82. we're back in a moment with some of the stories that emerged today here in boston of those who stepped up at an awful moment yesterday. hard it can be to breathe and man, you know how that feels. copd includes emphysema and chronic bronchitis. spiriva is a once-daily inhaled copd maintenance treatment that helps open my obstructed airways for a full 24 hours. you know, spiriva helps me breathe easier. spiriva handihaler tiotropium bromide inhalation powder does not replace fast-acting inhalers for sudden symptoms. tell your
. >>> and we learned late today, pat summerall has died. he was a veteran kicker in the nfl but most of us came to know him as the voice of the nfl. first with his partner, tom brookshire and for years with the great john madden. he called 16 super bowls. he was in the booth for four decades. after a life spent on the road, he went public about his own alcoholism. years ago he underwent successful rehab. he helped set the modern day standard for may by play as an art form. he died in dallas, texas, at the age of 82. we're back in a moment with some of the stories that emerged today here in boston. those who stepped up at an awful moment yesterday. >>> finally tonight from boston, inevitably when something bad like this happens, terrific stories of heroism and kindness emerge. nbc's anne thompson whose roots are here has the story of this city today. >> reporter: if crisis reveals character, then call boston courageous. carlos arredondo, the man in the cowboy hat, is one of many who ran to help instead of running away. >> i was carrying someone who lost both of their legs. >> reporter: in the mi
player and legendary broadcaster pat summerall has died at the age of 82. he was best known for his television partnership with john madden. he was best known for his 40 years of nfl play-by-play including 16 super bowls. he'll be missed. >> announcer: "early today" sports is brought to you by touch of gray. get rid of some gray never all. >>> just ahead, dylan dreyer joins us with your wednesday weather forecast. >>> nbc terrorism analyst clint van zandt on the leads in the boston bombing investigation. >>> meet the heroes who stepped up and stood out to help those most in need. you're watching "early today." >>> good morning and welcome back. a lot of rain and a lot of snow in most parts of the country out there right now. with the chance of about 6 to 12 inches of snow today across western and central nebraska. we also have the threat of very strong storms mainly in the plains states today with hail and damaging wind gusts and also some isolated tornadoes, especially across oklahoma. out on the west coast, though, things are pretty quiet. a couple of spotty showers are winding do
week. pat summerall, among the very best sports casters of all time, also a top flight player in the nfl in his day. and al neuharth died. he created usa today. we had never seen a national newspaper before. we had certainly never seen it in all color. it was instantly branded mcpaper for its simplicity, but it has remained and it survives its creator. al neuharth, dead at 89. >>> meantime, back in boston, it was a great weekend. the city was open again. and in boston that means the sox and the swan boats and little kids visiting the ducklings until it's time to go home. >> bye-bye! >> reporter: after what we have been through, who can blame any of us for wanting our very own comfort dog every day for the rest of our days? thank goodness they made their way to boston. we'll take a break. we are back in a moment with the special delivery today that reduced a lot of folks to tears. ♪ freedom ♪ freedom ♪ freedom >>> the great richie havens has died. he'll be forever known as the opening act at woodstock. it wasn't planned that way. some of the other artists were stuck in tr
more icoppic that pat summerall. he was remembered today at a memorial service in mannion texas. troy aikman among the thousands who paid their respects today. summerall died on tuesday of cardiac arrest at age of. it no one was more associated with sunshineyal than his partner of 22 years on cbs and fox, john madden. >> for 22 years we were together and pat many years before that. and there were voices before pat summerall's and there will be voices after, but he is the voice of the nfl. >> i have to tell you, i do like you an awful lot. >> this is the third goodbye. it's the toughest. pat, rest in peace. i love you. >> that is it for this saturday night sportswrap. we'll see you again tomorrow at 5. what a touching tribute to him. >> that is our report for tonight. ing that you for trusting ktvu the next time news breaks. >> join us for the latest on the boston bombing suspect who was hospitalized after yesterday's capture and we're always here for u
points to close at 3264. long time n.f.l. broadcaster pat summerall died today in dallas. he had been hospitalized since breaking a hip. he worked as a broadcaster for more than 40 years and played ten seasons in the n.f.l. for 41 of those years he called n.f.l. games with john madden. he worked 16 soup super bowls, 21 u.s. open tennis championships. he retiretired in 2002. pat summerall was 82 years old. those are some of the day's major stories. now, back to gwen. >> ifill: we return again to the bombings in boston. to help us assess what we know about the attack and explain what investigators are looking for now, we turn to juan zuarte, who was deputy national security adviser for terrorism under president george w. bush, and is now the center for strategic and international studies. and don borelli, a 25-year f.b.i. adviser who is now chief operating officer of the soufan group, which consults on security matters. juan zuarte, the president said today the investigation is in iten fancy but we know there was a pressure cooker involved, there may have been b.b.s involved, shrapnel a
for ten ye >>> legendary football announcer pat summerall has passed away. >> good afternoon, i'm pat summerall here with john madden. >> no time on clock and the patriots have won the super bowl xxxvi. unbelievable! >> i was at that game. summerall was an nfl player for 10 years, mostly in the 1950s. he then of course turned to the broadcast booth in 1964 making a bigger name for himself calling nfl games with that signature booming voice for cbs and fox, often teamed with bay area great john madden. summerall died of cardiac arrest yesterday at a texas hospital. he was 82. >>> san francisco on the bay area watch, it's planning a number of events to mark tomorrow's 107th anniversary of the 1906 earthquake. at 3:00 this afternoon annual survivor parade will start at the westin st. francis hotel on powell street going to john's grill on ellis street for a public ceremony and then a private survivor dinner. >>> a ban on new bars along a section of san francisco's lower polk street is aevidence pro. the board of supervisors unanimously voted after complaints of night life scene is too
, voice of the nfl, pat summer summerall passed away. >>> these maniacs tried to make life bad in boston bullt all they did was show how good boston really is. >> the yankees paid tribute to arch rivals and the home city of boston. >> they played "sweet caroline," the popular fenway park sing-along by neil diamond. ♪ sweet caroline things have never been so good ♪ >> this morning's eye opener, present ieded eded eded by prudential. >> welcome to "cbs this morning." welcome back from boston. good morning. >> thank you. it's been tough being there. a lot of time spent with family and friends, we'll have their stories later. >> two days after the marathon bombing, investigators appeared no closer to an arrest. the fbi making an urgent appeal for more videos and photos. >>> learning new information about the types of bombs used in the attack designed to cause maximum trauma. jeff glor a couple of blocks from where the two bombings occurred. jeff good morning. >> reporter: good morning. the tents are still set up behind us, just a block down the street and over to the righ
broadcaster pat summerall has died at the age of 82. he was best known for television partnership with john madden over decades of nfl game including 16 super bowls. and now dylan dreyer is here with a quick look at the weather. >> it is mild in the northeast. we have temperatures in the upper 50s to lower 60s. look at this cold air back across minneapolis and into the dakotas. that's where we're going to see most of the snow today across south dakota and western and central nebraska. 6 to 12 inches of snow possible. we're also going to see the threat of stronger storms in the plains states today with tornadoes possible, especially in oklahoma and southeastern kansas. that rain will start to spread eastward. by tomorrow, washington, d.c., will see some of the showers. cloudy in the northeast and in the 60s and 70s. >> all right. sounds sounds good. thank you so much. stay tuned, "way too early" starts right now. >>> new yorkers and boston obviously have kind of a little bit of a, you know, a competition oftentimes the two cities accusing each other of various levels of suckatude. but it is
pat summerall, legendary broadcaster who shared a booth with john maden more than two decades died yesterday in texas. he was in broadcasting nearly 40 years. he had been undergoing treatment for a broken hip when he suddenly went into cardiac arrest. pat summerall was 82 years old. >> he is a legend. absolutely the best of the best. >> growing up, he and john madden were sundays. not just football, they were sundays. you could sit and listen to them. he also did 27 masters, 16 super bowls. pat summerall's resume is pretty much untouchable, mike barnicle. >> boy, willie. he was also maybe the only, at least in my memory, the only three-point who made such a successful transformation to the booth. my memory of him is kicking field goals in the snow for the new york giants wearing number 3 on his back and had he this velvety voice at the masters as you indicated and the super bowls and he and john madden together, they were iconic. >> no doubt about it. you look. the two greatest teams. you got to look, obviously, at pat summerall and john madden and then the guys that started "monda
. >> beyond the boston tragedy, we have other sad news from the world of sports. pat summerall, one of the sports most respected broadcasters died yesterday of cardiac arrest at 82. he is known for his plain forward style, best known for his 22-year nfl run in the booth with john madden. of course, one of the great et broadcasting teams in american sporting history. >>> we need to lighten things up a little bit. it's good baseball. atlanta braves, five home runs in their game against the royals last night including a pair of solo shots by juan francisco that helped them win their tenth straight. the atlanta braves, who thought the washington nationals would have such competition. they're now 12-1 on the season. unbelievable start. >>> coming up at the top of the hour on "morning joe," we're going indepth to the reactions and bombings in boston. that is the cover, by the way. there is a poll that says terrorism is not a top concern of the american public. have we become complaisant? when we come back here, we'll meet some of the heroes of the tragedy including the man whose personal
're offering free vaccines in west hollywood to anyone who thinks they are at risk. >> pat summerall, a football player turned legendary play-by-play announcer, died tuesday at age 82 of cardiac arrest in dallas, texas. summerall and a total of 50 years as part of the nfl, as a player in that hall of fame broadcaster on cbs and fox. is final broadcast with john madden was 2002 superbowl. is broadcast 16 superbowl of more than any other announcer in he had a column boys alongside john adams booms and bangs. he became the voice of the nfl in the 1970's and 80's calling police signature games. >> the san francisco 49ers to host the local pro day on today. and a big name will be in attendance. nate montana, the son of former 49ers hall of famer joe montana. the young montana will the chance to show off what in do. something no one has seen in his college career. it was a backup that is that our daughter, another day it ended up attending n.c.a.a. division 2 school west virginia wesleyan college. there appeared in nine games and thre2040 and threw for 2,480 yds and 19 touchdowns. we will
! >> and that was pure pat summerall. his understated play-by-play welcomed into millions of home every fall sunday for four decades. 22 years spent alongside the equally incomparable john madden. summerall called a record 16 super bowls and although we do remember him as royalty in the booth he also scored more than 500 points on the field and he spent ten seasons as a kicker in the nfl and died from cardiac arrest in texas. pat summerall was 82 years old. and i have to say, when i saw this yesterday, another bit of my childhood slipped away. >> we all grew up with him. thanks very much. >>> let's get more now from boston with the bomber or bombers still not found it is a city very much on edge. beefed-up security and high alert matched here in new york and other major cities across the country. abc's dan harris has more on all this from boston. good morning, dan. >> reporter: hey, george, good morning to you. the city is trying to edge its way back toward normalcy but that's tricky to do. you have 12 blocks of the normally bustling downtown shut down as a massive crime scene. second of all, peopl
a briefing this morning. >> katherine parotta, fox news. >>> the voice of the nfl has passed away. pat summerall died of cardiac ray arrest. he called 16 super bowls along side john madden. he was 82 years old. >> the smithsonian institution feeling the effects of sequestration. the museum must shut down some galleries starting may 1s they say necessary security cuts will prevent all exhibits from being open at the same time. exhibits will be canceled in 2014 and 2015. >>> the movie industry is changing the rating system to help parents see violent content. they will tell why a movie earned a rating. an r movie may say something like includes intense war violence scenes. they have been pushing for this since the tragedy in newtown, connecticut. >> it is 48 minutes after the hour. still ahead investigators recover ago key piece of evidence. it is part of the bomb you can see it right here. the question is how will this help them make a case against the person responsible? arthur aidala is here next. >> let's check in with peter dudos see. >> the coverage of the boston marathon bombing c
's great. that's great. >>> a sad note in the world today, especially for us and our family. pat summerall passed away yesterday down in texas. he was a football player, played with my husband, became a legendary play-by-play announcer. he had cardiac arrest. his pastor called me from his hospital room yesterday, and he died peacefully. he died more than peacefully. he died at peace. he came to grips with his alcoholism, was well with my soul, you know. he died knowing where he was going. we send our love very much to his family. >>> coming up next, the highly anticipated new series called "rectify." >> it got an unbelievable review. >> it sure did. >> that's abigail spencer. she's got some explaining to do. that's all i can tell you. >> does she? >> right after this. every year we pick a new city to explore. but thanks to hotwire, this year we got to take an extra trip. because they get us ridiculously low prices on really nice hotels and car rentals. so we hit boston in the spring-- even caught a game. and with the money we saved, we took a trip to san francisco. you see, hotwire checks
. >> hello, melissa, the beloved broadcaster, pat summerall died at age 82 in dallas. open employed a succinct staccato style and brief to the point. was 82 years old. he work ad record 16 super bowls on network television. was at cbs from 61 to 1993. then went from cbs to fox in 1994. he retired after the 2002 season but remain ad beloved figure in american broadcasting, especially in football coverage. his final super bowl was february of '02. it was his 8th alongside john madden. they worked together at cbs and fox for 21 seasons. pat summer raul, dead at age 82. melissa? melissa: sad news. dennis kneale, thanks so much. americans are still in shock over the tragic events at yesterday' boston marathon. one thing that we learned from the attack that no place is safe from heartless acts of terrorism. will americans be wary of attendinbig sporting events in the future? and what are sports teams doing to make sure fans feel safe at events? for more on this fox business exclusion safe. let'salk to the cosowner of the boston celtics. thanks for coming on the though. >> thanks for havin
this season. and finally on a somber note, one of the nfl's all-time great pay-to-play voices is gone. pat summerall, who was an nfl kicker and cornerback may have been best known by the time he spent in the booth with john madden. in just about five minutes right after this broadcast. we hope you will stay tuned. >>> doug is here with an update, and it is beautiful out there today. >> it really is, take a look at the numbers across the area today. high temperatures in the 70s, for the most part, 74 in washington, 60 in annapolis. 70 down towards fredericksburg, notice the temperatures, fairly similar tomorrow, except for the folks to the north. gaithersburg, frederick, cooler. high temperatures in the d.c. metro your, around 73 or 4 where they were today. 30% chance of showers, possible thunderstorms to the south of d.c. high of 76 on thursday, thursday looking nice and warm. 80 on friday as the storm system approaches. that will bring us a chance of strong thunderstorms late in the day, right now, i don't think they will be too severe. but we'll watch it very closely. they should be out
from a stroke last monday. >>> legendary sports broadcaster pat summerall has died. summera all went behind the mike after playing ten years in the nfl. he will be most fondly remembered for long time air partnership with john madden. yesterday madden said summerall was the voice of football. and always will be. he called 16 super bowls, the last one was in 2002. pat summerall died of cardiac arrest yesterday in texas. he was 82 years old. >> he was the voice of football. he was fantastic. >>> when we return, a nation on edge. >> how cities across the country are beefing up security to keep people safe. you are watching "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations. >>> the boston bombing has the nation on alert. mass transit commuters looking at trash cans and backpacks with suspicion, walking crowded city street may cause anxiety. >> abc's byron pitts reports on heightened security around the country. >> reporter: this is america's new normal. the moment terror strikes at home, the nation coils. coast to coast, law enforcement to lay pe
-old man running and collapsing near the finish line when that first bomb exploded. >>> pat summerall, one of the best, the nfl play-by-play star would worked 16 super bowls, unmistakable, unforgettable, he started working for cbs in 1961. stayed there for 31 years before moving over to fox for the last eight years of his broadcasting career. before that, he spent ten years playing pro football for the detroit lions, chicago cardinals and the new york giants. he died yesterday at the age of 82. he will be missed and remembered. >>> your time is now 7:24. sal is back. he will help you get to where you need to go this morning. >> pat was one of my tav -- one of my favorites. >> good morning, everybody. let's take a look at what we have now. the traffic is moving along pretty well as you drive on 280 until you reach downtown. then it's going to slow down on the way into the valley. you will see some slow traffic as well as you drive up to highway 17. no problems on 17 getting down to the bottom of the hill. this morning's commute is backed up for about a 25-minute wait before you make it into
solo or work with somebody, pat summerall died and we all know that his voice was that of the nfl and a great bearing with madden. i wonder what ever be appearing like this? what is the art of announcing? i knew not given away and add to it? >> they would he do he was a minimalist. frank gifford was his teammate in new york. he was a much better player, more decorated in all of that. he went into broadcasting. in those days, people did not think about that much. summerall followed differ right into it. what he did with john madden was used very few words. to make his description. plus, you will not see guys like that anymore. slower the bigger individual stars are being weeded out. everybody is robotic nonsense. was interesting was it was short and sweet but he did become the voice in the star without being >> when he was there the nfl started to take off. he had been the imposition the call the biggest game and i think he did 15 super bowls. his voice was very smooth and i can say this enough, when you are a minimalist you better have a guy next to you is really dynamite. that wa
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